- 3 bedrooms
- 1 bathrooms
- 6 habitable rooms
- 120 square meters of living space
- 90 square meters of surface of the outbuildings
The three Solliès villages (Solliès-Ville, the medieval village, Solliès-Toucas on the hillside and Solliès-Pont in the farming valley) are to be found at the foot of Coudon Mountain, which goes up to an altitude of 702 m above sea level. This property is but 15 minutes away from the airport, Toulon TGV train station via the A57 motorway and the nearest beaches. The village has all amenities.
This property is constructed on building land, at the end of a no-through road, away from any noise and some 7-minutes’ walk from the historic district. It comprises a main house, spanning approx. 120 m² of living space, with a cellar and a garage, as well as a guest house, spanning approx. 34 m² and standing next to a swimming pool. A completely walled garden surrounds the property (2,477 m²), where several cars can easily be parked. The garden, planted with a wide variety of species, exudes a Mediterranean air.
The main house
A large terrace on the south side of the house, completely unoverlooked, shady and sheltered from the Mistral wind, constitutes a wonderful living area. The roof, with its raised central section, comprises a variety of slopes, all bordered with a double overhanging cornice.
This building is laid out all on one level. The main entrance is on the north side and a large corridor provides access to all the rooms: a lounge with a fireplace, a dining room, a kitchen, one west-facing and two south-facing bedrooms, a bathroom, with a bath and a shower, cupboards, a toilet and a dressing room.
The garage, also providing access to a basement cellar, is designed to take 2 vehicles. Upstairs, the attic space could be converted or even raised to create a complete floor.
The guest house
This small house stands on the east side of the main house. It comprises a lounge, a kitchen, a shower room, a toilet and a laundry room. The lounge opens on to the terrace for the 13x6, chlorine-filtered swimming pool and provides an area for relaxing with friends. The area surrounding the pool is enclosed and complies with current day security regulations.
This property has great extension potential as it is possible to envisage works to extend upwards and/or outwards. The main house is in need of modernisation works. The tranquillity of the garden, the direct proximity of the town and the outbuilding, with its direct access to the swimming pool, are all real assets for a property set where the hinterland meets the coastal area. Further assets include the garden’s beautiful trees as well as the fact that the land benefits from a borehole which could be reused and from the water of a canal coming from the river Gapeau, making it possible to keep the land regularly watered during dry spells.
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